The vision for the Spitfire apartments was to create eight exclusive, efficient and modern living spaces. The design of the apartments has allowed the original personality of the Edwardian structure to remain whilst providing state of the art interior design aesthetics and efficiency. All eight of these superb living spaces benefit from private terraces and views of the city.
About the Building
With over 67 acres of newly developed Land in Central London the location is now a vibrant and fresh city destination with superb shops, garden squares, cultural venues as well as some very exciting restaurants and galleries. It is now home to Central St Martins University of the Arts, The Guardian Newspaper group, and will also house the Headquarters of Google, Louis Vuitton and Universal Music.
About the Apartment
Situated on the fourth floor with a South East aspect the apartment has the advantage of a good size roof terrace accessed by glass folding doors from the delightful open plan reception room with fully integrated kitchen, master bedroom with ensuite shower room, second double bedroom and guest bathroom.
Location / Transport
The development is located in a quiet residential street just 300 metres from Kings Cross Station, the hub of the area’s recent rejuvenation which has seen the neighbourhood become one of London’s most desirable addresses. As a transport core it is second to none in London with six Underground lines, Mainline and the Eurostar link to Paris and other European capitals.
Asking Price: £880,000
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